Kuwa Jasiri (first name) Indomela, pronoun they, is a Healer, Amigx,
They are mainly self-taught between completing Internships with Wild Foods
Educator, and an Herbal Midwife. They currently write for Seed BroadCast
Journal, and Utah Tar Sands Resistance. They educate the public about, and
protect nature from resource extraction. They are the co-founder of several
Seed Libraries across the country. As well as, owner of Authentic
Creations, a local business specializing in hand-harvested herbal crafts,
and medicine in sync with elemental cycles.
Wisdom Wednesdays Educational Series
Available to Ages 6+, and various neurodiversities.
Community Seeds Exchange - February 8th - 1-2:30p.m.
Bring your seeds, and stories. This community event allows us to combine
networking, seed sharing, and education. Learn basic culinary, medicinal,
and craft uses for plants. Come with your seed saving questions. Learn about community resources for pure seeds. Hand harvested regional seeds will be available.
Plant Anatomy and Function Workshop - February 15th - 1-2:30p.m.
Gain an understanding of the basic structure of plants, with an emphasis on flowering plants. Learn about plant symbiosis with animals, the elements, and cosmic rhythms. Educational Illustrations and Literature included.
Topic to be announced - March 15, March 22
Location: Serenity Pond Collective, 1021 Waverly Street Eugene, Wheelchair Accessible
To connect: 775-209-0145, Literature@riseup.net
Please spread this information, thank you
Seriously? That's what you're going with? I prefer this tiny ad:
Rocket Mass Heater Plans: Annex 6" L-shaped Bench - now FREE for a while